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Alaska Fisheries Report February 17, 2022

On this week’s Alaska Fisheries Report with Terry Haines: Managers consider controversial changes in how halibut is allocated between charter and harvest fishermen. Pelican is selling its City owned processing plant. And another weak forecast for the sockeye salmon run in Upper Cook Inlet. Halibut Sabine Poux/KDLL Federal fishery managers might change how they divvy up halibut available for harvest …

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Alaska Fisheries Report February 11, 2022

On this week’s Alaska Fisheries report with Terry Haines: Scientists are studying high mercury levels in Alaskan Steller sea lion populations. Plus a memorial scholarship aims to connect Southeast students to the seafood industry.   Sea Lion Mercury Stellar sea lions eat a lot of fish.  They are, in fact, upper trophic level predators. This means they occupy a high …

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Talk of The Rock: Subsistence gathering in the Kodiak road system

KMXT’s Dylan Simard is joined by Jackie Keating, a subsistence resource specialist for the Alaska Department of Fish and Game, and Matt Van Daele, tribal biologist for the Sun’aq tribe to discuss subsistence gathering in Kodiak. They are working on a survey of local subsistence users, and are seeking volunteers; those interested can reach them at jacqueline.keating@alaska.gov and matt@sunaq.org.  

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Alaska Fisheries Report January 20, 2022

On this week’s Alaska Fisheries Report with Terry Haines: Kodiak Tanner Crab Kicks Off, story by KMXT’s Kirsten Dobroth, Mussels Die in Droves, by Mike Swasey, of KHNS, SE Mariculture Gets Grant, story by KRBD’s Eric Stone, and Sitka Spring Herring is Happening, from Robert Woolsey, who hails from KCAW.     Kodiak Tanner Crab               Kirsten Dobroth/KMXT                   1/14/2022   Host …

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